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More than 1,000 children have visited Lincolnshire’s Energy from Waste facility to learn how it converts waste products into electricity.
Mark Lincolnshire Day on 1 October at one of our cultural hotspots.
Three Skegness bus stops are to be improved next month, making public transport a more attractive option for travellers.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue will be offering fire safety advice to landlords at an event in Grantham.
Expectant parents will be able to access free ante-natal classes in Lincoln, Sleaford and Skegness.
Welton St Mary’s Primary Academy win the Lincolnshire Schools Switch Off.
A week-long campaign is aiming to raise awareness of sexual violence in the county.
Lincolnshire Fostering Service is encouraging people to step up to fostering and find out more from experienced carers at two promotional events in Lincoln and Grantham.
Visitors are flocking to see BP Portrait Award exhibition at the Usher Gallery.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is backing a new campaign to protect residents from financial fraud.
Firefighters in Horncastle, Louth, Market Rasen, Skegness and Metheringham to host pop-up car washes
The Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (LCSP) want to know what you think the priorities should be to improve community safety and tackle crime in your area.
Works by renowned artists Euan Uglow and Sargy Mann will feature in a free exhibition at The Collection from 24 September.
Lincolnshire County Council’s CallConnect bus service is offering bargain travel all day on Saturday 1 October to celebrateLincolnshire Day.
Overnight resurfacing of A52 at Ingoldmells to start on Monday 3 October
E-Cigarette Outlet (UK) Ltd was fined after e-liquids containing nicotine were sold to an underage child on two occasions
A new video is showing people what makes Lincolnshire the perfect place to live, work, visit and invest.
Charity car washes will be held in Bourne, Gainsborough and North Somercotes this weekend
The A1031 will be resurfaced between Church Lane and Firebeacon Lane at Eskham, Marshchapel.
A company based at the county council-run Eventus Business and Innovation Centre in Market Deeping has been acquired in a £20 million deal
Successful training session for Lincolnshire Chalk Stream volunteers showed the importance of the Riverfly
Dr Tony Hill, Director of Public Health for Lincolnshire will be retiring later next month following almost 30 years working in public health across England and Scotland.
Travel back to the 13th century and meet King John at Lincoln Castle, with costumed performers and live re-enactments on 17 and 18 September.
Firefighters are asking residents to park considerately in a bid to improve access in an emergency.
Pop-up car washes this weekend in Lincoln and Spalding.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue attended almost 90 chimney fires last year.
Lincolnshire’s Energy from Waste Plant has created just over 250 million kilowatt hours of recyclable electricity.
Essential investigatory works will take place on the A158/B1202 junction at Wragby on Tuesday 27 September meaning temporary traffic lights will be in place during the day.
Businesses, organisations and community groups are being encouraged to be more aware of suicide and recognise people who may be at risk and need support.
The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project is giving two talks on unique natural features called ‘blow wells’ as part of Heritage Open Days this weekend.
Earlier today, Lincolnshire County Council’s executive committee approved Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s proposals.
The county council has responded to the Government’s decision to grant consent for the electrical system for the Triton Knoll Offshore Wind Farm development.
The iconic Poppies: Wave sculpture has left Lincoln Castle, having welcomed 533,465 visitors during its three-month installation.
The Luna Cinema returns to Lincoln Castle this month screening three unforgettable movies from 23-25 September.
Work starts today (Monday, September 5) on a £5.7million improvement scheme in the Skegness and Ingoldmells area aimed at reducing pressure on roads.
Lincoln’s Usher Gallery will host an internationally recognised portrait exhibition, direct from London, this September.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s latest group of recruits has successfully completed 11 weeks of intensive training.
Get a taste of Lincolnshire’s unique past with free activities from 8 - 11 September, as part of the national Heritage Open Days initiative.
In 2015-16, the service received, on average, two or three complaints per day from Lincolnshire residents.
A staggering 508,000 people have been to see the iconic sculpture at Lincoln Castle since it opened at the end of May.